WAGMI United In Advance Talks To Buy Bradford City

US Cryptocurrency Investors In Talks To Buy The Bantams

Bradford City have received an offer from a group of US cryptocurrency investors to buy the Sky Bet League Two club, according to chairman Stefan Rupp. WAGMI United have told the Washington Post it was in the “advanced stages” of buying an English Football League club, which Rupp confirmed was the Bantams.

It aims to rely on non-fungible tokens (NFTs) as a new model of ownership, NFTs are “one-of-a-kind” digital assets that can be bought and sold like any other piece of property but which have no tangible form of their own. The digital tokens can be thought of as certificates of ownership for virtual or physical assets.

The Washington Post reported that the group aims to make NFTs a cornerstone of the organisational blueprint around which it hopes to build a vibrant and financially invested digital community. According to the Post the group, which includes NBA side Philadelphia 76ers’ team president Daryl Morey as well as businessman Gary Vaynerchuk and TikTok personality Bryce Hall plan to use its NFT revenue stream to invest in analytics and “outspend opponents” in pursuit of promotion through the EFL to the Premier League.

Speaking about the investment the group co-founder Eben Smith said, “So we are going to try a bunch of unconventional stuff but will be pretty much led by the numbers from an analytical perspective and our hope is that it works, there’s not that much downside if it doesn’t.”

Bradford City Chairman Stefan Rupp this morning said, “Despite various reports claiming a change of ownership is imminent, I can confirm it is not. Yesterday, I received an email from a representative of the WAGMI United group with an offer to purchase Bradford City AFC. That is all I have received, nothing more and no further action has taken place.”

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